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A federal judge in Florida on Wednesday directed a golf club owned by U.S. President Donald Trump to pay $5.77 million to former members.
Facebook needs to balance filtering out fake news and improving the experience of its core user base, analysts say.
Zuckerberg said it will be 10 years before Facebook can solve its "chicken-and-egg problem" with Oculus.
Markets will be setting up for Friday's jobs report Thursday as investors await another batch of earnings reports, including Amazon.com.
With Brazil gearing up for new tourism levels ahead of this year's Rio Carnival, CNBC looks back at the country's highs and lows.
Despite fears about Trump's recent protectionist moves, the market is focusing on the positive, Jeff Kilburg says.
It's no coincidence that Facebook is one of the world's richest companies.
It's evidence that Uber is concerned about the #DeleteUber boycott.
Sustainable Energy takes a look at some of most striking solar facilities in the U.S. and their impact.
Jim Cramer says Apple's win is usually a zero-sum game, with the exception of a few public companies.
Facebook's mobile ad revenue represented 84 percent of its total revenue.
The fuel glut is growing as refineries head into spring maintenance season, which means even less demand for crude to make gasoline.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg sees video as the next "mega trend," which may mean that its going after YouTube's dominant space.
Facebook reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' estimates on Wednesday, and revenue that topped expectations.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell: FB, SYM, QRVO & more.
A group of U.S. military veterans has vowed to block the completion of the hotly disputed Dakota Access pipeline.
Following Facebook's results, the stock broke through its all-time intraday high in after-hours trading, briefly touching $137.25 a share.
A jury has found Facebook VR division Oculus guilty of copyright and trademark violations against ZeniMax, but not guilty of stealing trade secrets.
The Northrop Grumman-BAE Systems team exited the T-X trainer jet competition, making it the second team to leave the competition this month.
"As of today, we are officially putting Iran on notice," Michael Flynn told a White House briefing.